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A basic no frills no food no piped music boozer,full of character- and characters and all welcoming. Situated on a quaint side street in the town centre.
Called in at 5pm after a 3 miles walk along the picturesque canal towpath.
Choice of three pale...More
Had a narrowboat holiday and popped in here on the off chance. There happened to be a groups of musicians practising and they were a merry group.
I would describe it as very down to earth but friendly. As a visiting Welshman I could have...More
I thought the days of the traditional pub were gone but what a delight to find this little gem only a minutes walk from where we were staying on holiday,friendly people and dogs are made very welcome and as they do not serve meals there...More
On arrival waited at the bar for 5 minutes with nobody in sight, eventually found a man hidden in an alcove behind the bar reading his paper. After I gained his attention he did serve me with I must say a good pint, but with...More
Lovely little pub. Extremely friendly and great beer. The Landlord is a star!! Dog friendly and the locals are chatty. No food on here at the time, but the Landlord really helped out and advised with a few suggestions. Definitely on our hit-list if we...More
We stayed here for 1 evening; the room was quite basic but very clean and had nice view of the old church. The staff were tremendously friendly and helpful. We paid £60 for B&B which considering that the breakfasts were very popular with non-residents meant...More
Walking in felt like something like you were in The Slaughtered Lamb in An American Werewolf in London as everyone turned to look at us.
Happily this was where any similarities ended as both the locals and the landlord were very friendly and welcoming.
This is a proper old pub - part 16th-century apparently, with the major wall beams dowelled together. Ambience, a bit shabby and down-at-heel, as arguably a pub should be, but with a good selection of decent local beers. The background music was quiet and not...More